Christina Aguilera is making a comeback at The Voice Season 10 as she will be joining her co-hosts, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Pharell Williams once the NBC reality show starts off its tenth season in February.
"The coaches on The Voice continue to bring incredible energy, unrivaled musical expertise, and a want-to-win attitude that makes for the perfect ingredients of a two-time Emmy-winning show," E!Online quoted NBC Entertainment president of late night and alternative programming, Paul Telegdy, as saying. He also expressed his excitement as to what the next season will bring to its viewers.
Aguilera talked about her new album when she recently guested at NBC Today. "I’ve been loosely working and sort of accumulating ideas of what my next album will be over the next couple of years. I’m excited for my fans to finally be getting something from me; it’s been a while," she said.
The "Dirrty Singer" fans are already looking forward to Aguilera’s future duets with Levine in the show. They are certainly waiting for a "Moves Like Jagger" follow-up song.
The pop diva will be replacing current coach, No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani, in The Voice. As an original judge in the show, together with Levine, Shelton, and Cee Lo Green, Aguilera was a fan favorite, as she always dons the wildest fashions in the show, and she speaks out her candid opinions, US Magazine reported.
The Lady Marmalade singer had been replaced in the show by Stefani, and Colombian singer, Shakira. Stefani, on the other hand, told ET Online that she is currently in competitive mode with the other judges in The Voice, and stated, "I'm going to destroy them like it's over."
Aguilera, 34, meanwhile, took a break from the limelight in August 2014, after welcoming her daughter Summer Rain, with her fiancé Matt Rutler. Aguilera also had been working on a new album.
The newest season doesn’t have an exact premiere date yet, but it is sure to hit off the TV screens in February 2016. The ninth season is currently airing Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.